Isuzu PH recognizes best dealers

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    Isuzu Pasig executive with IPC executives
    Isuzu Pasig executive with IPC executives

    ISUZU Philippines Corporation (IPC) held its 15th Dealer of the Year Awards (DOYA) last February to acknowledge the hard work and successful achievements of Isuzu front liners in IPC’s dealer principals and operators.

    Achievements awards were handed out to branch, sales, service and parts managers, sales supervisors, and sales executives from IPC’s top executives and managers of the dealership network.

    In his welcome remarks, IPC President Hajime Koso encouraged everyone to “step up to our commitment to serve our valued customers.”

    “Let 2020 be the year wherein we see a turn-around in our aftersales service and excellence in vehicle sales as we gear towards a sustainable business and as we once again claim the No. 1 position for truck brand this year”, he added.

    The highlight of the evening was the announcement of the main awards.

    Hailed as the 2019 Dealer of the Year Champion was Isuzu Pasig, followed by Isuzu Bulacan and Isuzu Sta. Rosa.

    The Most Improved Dealership of the Year award was handed over to Isuzu Makati.

    The coveted Sales Executive of the Year awards were given to Migueland Castro from Isuzu Edsa took in the LCV Category and Erlinda Erfe of Isuzu Cagayan de Oro CV Category was.

    Isuzu Pasig, Cebu, and Bulacan received the Excellent in Sales Operations awards, while Isuzu Bulacan, Sta. Rosa, and EDSA were handed the Excellent in Parts Operation awards.

    Isuzu Sta. Rosa, Cavite, and Alabang took the Excellence in Service Operations awards, while Isuzu Butuan, Sto. Tomas, and Cabanatuan were awarded the Excellence in Customer Service Operations.

    “This 2020, may we become more ambitious, and being ambitious means that you go out and do what you set out to do,” IPC Executive Vice President Shojiro Sakoda said as he congratulated the winners asking that they be inspiration to their whole teams.

    “Part of that is committing to learning what you don’t know because limitations can be overcome, and you shouldn’t let your limitations stand in the way of achieving your goals,” Sakoda concluded.